If you want to get caught up on the historical Adam debate, which has been prompted in part by Peter Enns’ book The Evolution of Adam, here are some good places to start…
Christianity Today published a balanced summary last year in their feature article “The Search for the Historical Adam.”
Over on the Jesus Creed blog, RJS is going through Enns’ book chapter by chapter, starting here.
While he doesn’t mention Enns by name, Kevin DeYoung has weighed in with “10 Reasons to Believe in a Historical Adam.” Which, in turn, has generated responses from New Testament scholar James McGrath (“Ten Really Bad Reasons to Believe in a Historical Adam”) and Oxford don Timothy Law (“Kevin DeYoung’s Misunderstandings”). Enns has also weighed in here.
(Still waiting for the promised review by Albert Mohler.)